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A world class field of more than 150 athletes will contest the Australian Open at Penrith Whitewater Stadium from 13 to 15 February.


Australian Paralympic swimming great Matthew Cowdrey announces retirement

Australia’s most successful Paralympian Matthew Cowdrey has today announced his retirement from competitive swimming.


Canoe Slalom NZL Rep Team announced

Following the recent four race selection series Canoe Slalom NZ has announced that the following athletes have been invited to join NZL Rep Teams for 2015


Tbkrc Summer Surfski Series Finale Tasman Bay NZ

A trademark Tasman Bay sea breeze provided the perfect downwind racing conditions for the local Summer Surfski Series final race from Cable Bay to Tahuna beach Nelson NZ on Saturday afternoon.


Harlequins Take Out Nz Zonal Swim Championships

The Harlequins, from Northland, Auckland and Counties-Manukau, took the honours in the second New Zealand Zonal Championships at the West Wave Aquatic Centre in Auckland tonight.


97 Year Old Stars In Charity Swimming Relay

Ninety-seven year old Kath Johnstone proved the hit of tonight’s second New Zealand Zonal Swimming Championships in Auckland tonight.


Swimming Australia starts search for new Director of Performance

After almost two years working for Swimming Australia Michael Scott will be leaving the organisation after accepting a position as the Chief Executive Officer at Rowing Australia.


Record-breaking numbers Canoe Racing New Zealand champs

Record-breaking numbers and a host of international paddlers will highlight next week's Canoe Racing New Zealand national championships, including a strong Australian contingent...


Kiwi's Radford, Webby earn world open water swim selection

New Zealand open water champions Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby have booked places in the national team for July’s world championships in Russia.


Australia Reigns Supreme at BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series

Australia Reigns Supreme at BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series. Following a fantastic opening night at HBF Stadium that saw the Aussie women win the Water Polo against China and the swimmers take the lead in the team point score,